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211 LA County is dedicated to providing an easy-to-use, caring, professional source of guidance, advocacy, and 24 hours 7 days per week access to a comprehensive range of human services to the people of Los Angeles County.

211 is an easy to remember three-digit dialing code that enables a caller to access over 28,000 health and human service programs throughout Los Angeles County 24 hours per day, 7 days per week and is TTY accessible. 211 LA County, formerly known as INFO LINE of Los Angeles, has been providing these services since 1981.

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 L.A. entertainment guide from AOL, with info. on day trips, city and landmark attractions, airport guide and a pretty cool Don't-Miss List.
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 Citysearch is a local search service, providing info. restaurants, retail, travel, night life, shopping, hotels and much more. Also includes more than 500,000 editorial profiles and user reviews of local businesses.
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 This is an exciting group for experienced martial artists who would like to safely spar and train with individuals from a variety of martial arts backgrounds. It is recommended that you are a brown or black belt or equivilent in your style. If not, you must convince us that you have the basic skills to train at a safe and relatively skilled level. Only those who can guarantee the safety of their partners will be admitted!
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  • Food and Nutrition
  • Child and Family Resources
  • Income Support for Adults
  • Medical
  • Seniors and People with Disabilitie

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 A macroscopic view of what to do in 24 hours in Los Angeles. Includes breakfast at Gladstones, a visit to the Getty Museum and the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
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 FilmL.A (Entertainment Industry Development Corporation) is dedicated to making it easier to film in the L.A. area by providing solutions to problems including expediting the processing of filming permits and consolidation of fees.
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Envisioned in 1958 as a lasting tribute to the personalities who helped make Hollywood the most famous community in the world, the Walk continues today as a superior asset to the city, perpetuating the aura that has made the name “Hollywood” synonymous with glamour, and remains one of the city’s most widely - seen tourist attractions.

Administered by the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce the Walk of Fame was designated, in 1978, as a Cultural/Historic Landmark by the City of Los Angeles. Through the efforts of the Hollywood Historic Trust, a continuing, self financing program maintains the quality of the Walk of Fame and the historic lure that is Hollywood.

A chronological history of the Hollywood-based entertainment industry, including the behind-the-scenes people as well as the most famous and instantly recognizable personalities, the Walk of Fame encompasses five acres of bronze stars, embedded in pink terrazzo and surrounded by charcoal terrazzo squares. Inside each star is the bronze-engraved name of each artist and a distinctive emblem identifying in which of the five categories -- Motion Pictures, Television, Radio, Recording or Live Theatre -- the recipient has been honored.

The Walk of Fame lines both sides of Hollywood Boulevard from Gower to La Brea, and both sides of Vine Street, from Yucca to Sunset. Official groundbreaking ceremonies were conducted February 9, 1960 and in sixteen months, when construction was completed, 1,558 luminaries were forever immortalized in the sidewalk. Since then, approximately one to two stars per month have been added and stars dedicated in 1994 pushed the total over the 2,000 mark. However, even at this rate, it will be many years before the stars in the famed walk will be completely occupied, assuring the continued presence of Hollywood in the world’s media, and remaining a highly visible and lasting tribute to a unique city.

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